Anderson Cooper, a renowned name in the world of journalism and one of the most reliable personalities regarding news, is known for his endless service to provide authentic news to his viewers recently stated that he does not intend to leave behind any inheritance for only his son Morgan Wyatt.
Anderson Cooper has been associated with CNN for a very long time and became a father via surrogacy in 2020.
The birth of his son Morgan was one of the most memorable moments on television where an overjoyed Cooper let the world know about the birth of his son through surrogacy with his partner Benjamin Maisani during the coronavirus pandemic.
Anderson Cooper Reveals He Isn’t Leaving His Son Wyatt An Inheritance: ‘College Will Be Paid For‘
Anderson Cooper made a rare appearance in a podcast recently in which he talked at great length about his career, his relationship, and family. Cooper appeared at the podcast to showcase his book “Vanderbilt: the rise and fall of an American dynasty”, in which he has written about his American ancestry.
He stated that he won’t be leaving any fortune for his only son Wyatt Morgan.
“I don’t believe in passing on huge amounts of money. I don’t know what I’ll have. I’m not that interested in money, but I don’t intend to have some sort of pot of gold for my son. I’ll go with what my parents said… college will be paid for, and then you gotta get on it.”
Anderson Cooper is one of the most sought-after anchorpersons in the United States of America. His net worth, according to celebrity net worth, is $200 million. He is a self-made person who started as a journalist in 1992.
The 54 years old journalist currently hosts “Anderson Cooper 360” on CNN and is one of the pinnacles shows at the moment. Cooper bags $12 million annually as a salary from CNN, he is considered to be one of the highest-paid anchorpersons in the United States of America.
Anderson Cooper has also paved his way as one of the best-selling authors of America. His book “Dispatches from the edge: a memoir of war” which was his autobiography grabbed him accolades from everywhere around the world. “The rainbow comes and goes: a mother and son on life, love, and loss” was a co-memoir which he wrote with his mother Gloria Vanderbilt. Cooper also created a candid conversation documentary for HBO “Nothing left unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt & Anderson Cooper” which was received well among the audience.